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Posted on Sep 12, 2009
1. Image Display Error Notice
When you perform any of the following operations on picture data shot with a Canon digital camera using Windows Explorer on a PC in which Windows XP Home Edition/ Windows XP Professional Edition (hereinafter called "Windows XP") is installed, the Exif attribute information that is attached to the image data is altered. As a result, errors related to the display of thumbnail images and some software functions may occur both on Canon digital cameras and accompanying software utilities (ZoomBrowser EX, PhotoStitch, etc.).
* Select "Picture File" -> Click "Rotate Counter Clockwise" or "Rotate Clockwise" Button (using buttons located on the bottom of the Preview Screen)
* Select "Picture File" -> Select "Rotate Counter Clockwise" or "Rotate Clockwise" command (using the menu that appears by right clicking the mouse)
* Select "Simple" display on "Summary" tab of picture file "Property" -> Click "Apply" or "OK"
* After performing any of the above operations, the Exif attribute information is altered and cannot be restored.
If you intend to perform any of the operations listed above, we recommend that you do so using a back-up copy of the original picture file, and not the original data.
* Even if the Exif attribute information is altered, the image data remains intact and the file can still be opened and used in most image editing applications such as AdobeTM Photoshop¬æ.
2. CF Card Formatting Error Notice
When a CF card with a capacity of greater than 32MB is formatted in Windows XP, "FAT32" will be selected as the default file system setting.
When using a "FAT32"-formatted CF card in some Canon digital cameras, the following error messages may appear on the camera's LCD monitor.
If this happens, format the CF Card with a Canon digital camera to make it usable in that camera. If in-camera formatting fails, remove the CF Card, then re-insert it and try to format it again.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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